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science physics# How do you solve limits with square roots?

Last Updated: 17th April, 2020

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Similarly one may ask, what is the value of 1 infinity?

Essentially, **1** divoded by a very big number gets very close to zero, so… **1** divided by **infinity**, if you could actually reach **infinity**, is equal to 0.

Furthermore, how do you calculate limits? **Find the limit by finding the lowest common denominator**

- Find the LCD of the fractions on the top.
- Distribute the numerators on the top.
- Add or subtract the numerators and then cancel terms.
- Use the rules for fractions to simplify further.
- Substitute the limit value into this function and simplify.

People also ask, what is square root of infinity?

Answer and Explanation: The **square root of infinity** is **infinity**. If you choose a number and multiply it by itself, you would have **squared** the number.

How do you multiply square roots?

To **multiply square roots**, first **multiply** the radicands, or the numbers underneath the radical sign. If there are any coefficients in front of the radical sign, **multiply** them together as well. Finally, if the new radicand can be divided out by a perfect **square**, factor out this perfect **square** and simplify it.